Third times a charm in the magical land known as Tulum. Since the first moment I stepped foot on this narrow strip of land nestled between jungle and ocean I fell in love. The sights, the smells and the tastes... oh my the tastes. I have to say Tulum is home to some of the best food I've had anywhere in the world. It's like they dropped the best restaurants from LA and NYC in the middle of the jungle. Disco balls and perfectly curated shops amongst cenotes and ruins. And all you need is a bike (or one of the many taxis) to take you around all the while a cool ocean breeze blows through your hair. I was a bit sad that Coqui Coqui closed due to government land issues... but once I saw Nomade I was sad no longer. It's a bit bohemian, a little Moroccan and completely fabulous. The menu, the beach and the rooms are some of my faves in tulum (some even have AC which is a rarity in this eco-chic town). They have tents, hammocks, ceviche and smoothie bowls... what more could one need for a perfect eco-retreat. We hedged our bets with a 3 year old by stopping for a couple nights in Playa Del Carmen before heading south for a few less amenities but a whole lot more personality. And don't forget to pack your best mono-chromatic beachwear (any gauzy little linen number will do) but leave the hairdryer at home. The smells of Tulum are so special that anytime I find a piece of clothing I forgot to wash its like every perfect moment comes flooding back. Tulum... I freaking heart you ❤️.
Stay - Nomade
Wear- Sir the Label , visor and bags Helen Kaminski, Cecelie Copenhagen, Zara yellow dress, prism swimwear, Ganni black dress , Nomadic state of mind (rope sandals) , Beek sandals , Isabel Marant Jaeryn sandals, Raquel Allegra , Redone denim